I am trying to ping across two Router's one end is GSR and the other end is CR router. According to the cabling guy problem is the Part on the GSR. but i seriously doubt it. But i am just wondering by putting the controller output if you guys can see any indication where port could be bad or some cabling issue.
GSR-#sh controllers gigabitEthernet 15/0/0 ========= Line Card (Slot 15) ========= slot=15, port=0 physical port details... slot 0xF bay 0x0 port 0x0 line_state 0x0 context 0x5304CB20 GBIC line_state 00 Lineup is 0x1 FRR configuration is OFF
Interface 15/0/0(idb 0x51EDC3C0) Hardware is BFLC SPA 10 GE, network connection mode is force network link is up, loopback type is none output flow-control is on, input flow-control is on rx_pause_count=0, tx_pause_count=0, fullduplex=1
HW MAC addr: 0021.5616.2b00, BIA MAC addr: 0021.5616.2b00 hwidb status is 0x18040 hwidb state is 0x4 autonegotiation results: flow control rx TRUE flow control tx TRUE
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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